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Nov 24, 2009 8:00pm EST
is right. if she wants to be elected president of the united states, not head of the republican party, she needs to broaden her coalition. the problem with that -- >> before they might do it again. thank you ron. thank you chris. join us tomorrow night at 5:00 eastern for more "hardball." "countdown" starts now. >>> which of these stories will you be talking about tomorrow? the plan to sink joe lieberman. could the vote be replaced with snowe or collins? why can't lieberman remember why he's a posed to the public option? he's given six different answers in six months. >> all we are asking is let the senate consider these issues one by one. if he doesn't, he shouldn't stop everyone from voting on it. our special guest, congressmanual listen graceman. the president and afghanistan. the decision looms with an exit strategy attached. >> it's my intention to finish the job. >> the chicken hawk criticizing from an undisclosed location. >> i worry there's a lack of understanding there, what this means from the perspective of the troops. >> that's dick cheney, who never talked to the troops except
Nov 20, 2009 8:00pm EST
in the united states of america. i think we should have 100 votes tomorrow for the principle that it's time to debate this issue that touches every single life that's so important to the quality of life of our families and the success of our businesses. >> senator, my memory is we did have 100 votes in '94. i was at the floor manager's desk as the chief of staff of the financial committee. i'm pretty sure we proceeded by unanimous consent. this wasn't even a question in 1994. how did it get to this point this year that the republicans feel emboldened enough that they can challenge even the notion of proceeding to the floor for debate? >> it has reflected a strategy of obstruction, to slow things down, to try to thwart the president on each of his three major initiatives in energy, in financial reform, in health care in order to cripple this administration. i came to the senate with a philosophy of problem solving. i think that's where most americans are. i don't think they want to see senators come here and say this is a partisan battle and we're going to show the administration, we're goin
Nov 20, 2009 10:00pm EST
reagan was president of the united states. >> translator: elisabeth, let's say, is led back in to a world which she once knew, in which she can remember and which she has seen reflected on television. the others, the children will be let out and will have to be taught how to live, and those senses that weren't stimulated downstairs will have to be stimulated. >> one day ago it rained and felix just said, "i want to see for the first time rain because i never experienced that." i mean, even if you hear that, you just realize, yes, he didn't. he didn't see that before. so i think he still has lots of things to experience. >> but ordinary life is still not possible. the international interest in the case is such that the family cannot leave the hospital in which they are staying. it's rumored that the first photo event is worth millions of dollars. effectively, they are still in prison. >> they cannot go outside because there are always lots of paparazzi who want to take photographs, so this is something which gives them, again, the feeling of being captured. it's very difficult right now fo
Nov 23, 2009 8:00pm EST
by lack of insurance. >>> if any united states senators or congressmen had not seen a doctor ten years or more because the current system mate that literally impossible health care reform would have been done 11 years ago. if any of those lawmakers had chronic conditions that became untreatable because there was no affordable health insurance available it would have been solved an hour after diagnosis. the urgency made obvious as the free health fair in little rock, arkansas, treated more than 1,000 people in one day. this was the second free clinic paid for in large part by you the "countdown" viewers. volunteers at saturday's clinic finding 69% of the patients either do not go anywhere for medical care or are forced to rely on emergency rooms like this woman. >> a month or so ago, i had landed in the emergency room with a bladder and kidney infection. they said i needed follow-up care. i wasn't able to get it. so i came today to take care of it. i work part-time at home depot. but i'm a single mom with three moms and i'm not able to afford the insurance. i have other priorities, stay
Nov 24, 2009 10:00pm EST
that actually impacts real human beings, real brave men and women in the united states military and being delay ed for a second, third, fourth time. it's actually a huge decision. it has to be defined and executed in the correct way. it's no longer -- this war isn't about a propaganda battle with the taliban. the taliban that people in afghanistan are fighting a guerrilla war, it's not a media war, no matter what dick cheney presents it to be. >> what would dick cheney say about somebody like dick cheney out of office being so pointedly and god awfully convinced of his perfection of his criticism, being so critical of the commander-in-chief at a time of war? >> well, they would have clearly played the patriotic card. i mean, you know, one thing that the -- the typical strategy for this kind of parrying would be to say, you don't question the commander of chief in a time of war. that undermines the morale of the troops more than anything else. because in the end, the polls suggest this is not about politics. it's not a left or right division. it's about defining what the mission is. when preside
Nov 19, 2009 8:00pm EST
of the united states. and these are just the ones who are open about their radical beliefs and far left ideas. we have our own czar. but it goes by a different name here. here he is, president. remember in history the czars were absolute rulers who answered to no one. that's not a good thing. >> beck is just part of the adl report which takes stock of the ugliest aspect of the rallies, birther movement, joe wilson's "you lie." the september 12th rally in washington the report notes featured the worst in race ills, violent imagery since obama was elected, heavily promoted of course by beck, a man who projects his own hate on to others. >> this president, i think, has exposed himself as a guy over and over and over again who has a deep-seated hatred for white people or the white culture. i don't know what it is. i'm not saying that he doesn't like white people. i'm saying he has a problem. he has a -- this guy is, i believe, a racist. >> let's bring in the co-founder, editor in chief of the huffington post, arianna huffington. good evening. >> good evening, keith. >> it would be nice to think o
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